The Case for Christ - Study Guide The Fingerprint Evidence Summary & Analysis

Lee Strobel
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Fingerprints became an accepted form of scientific evidence in 1910 when Thomas Jennings was convicted of murder based on four clear prints he left in fresh paint. Strobel ties in the uniqueness of individual fingerprints to specific evidence that only points to Jesus as the Christ. This time he interviews Louis S. Lapides, a Jewish convert to Christianity who now serves as a pastor. His spiritual background is checkered. He grew up attending a conservative Jewish synagogue to prepare for his bar mitzvah. However, his family's faith had no place in everyday life, and they never even mentioned the Messiah. Any mention of Jesus was more derogatory than anything else. He was cautioned to stay clear of the Gentiles and Christians because of anti-Semitism. In fact, he thought of the New Testament as more of a guide book for the American Nazi...

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